Thanks for signing the Groundswell charter!

On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:19 AM, Groundswell Team wrote:

rick —

Thanks for signing up the Groundswell charter. If enough of us come together around shared values of compassion and justice, we can transform the world. 

Please consider telling your friends and family about Groundswell and our vision for a better future. 

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Thank you for joining us, 

Valarie Kaur
Director of Groundswell 
Learn more about Groundswell at our website — Groundswell-Movement.org/

WHAT IS GROUNDSWELL?
A rising generation is hungry for a multifaith movement that's not just about a single issue or political party, but a shared moral vision for a better world.  
Groundswell fuels a movement for justice that transcends partisan politics. We generate open-source social action campaigns that unite people from all walks of life around shared moral imperatives. In our first campaign, we are galvanizing agroundswell of community this ten-year anniversary of 9/11.  In a time when anti-Muslim rhetoric and violence threatens to divide our country, we are connecting, resourcing, and promoting events in all 50 states that stand for healing, remembrance, compassion and open communities.  Whether you attend a vigil, host a film screening or do a service project, you will join a generation emerging from the shadows of 9/11, ready to capture the country’s imagination and kicks off a new era of social action.

 

The light of social justice flickers in brave corners, but it fizzles in isolation.

What would happen if that light shone in a bold constellation?

We create a movement.  

Join the Groundswell.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: @groundswellmvmt

We'll be in touch soon enough. 

Sincerely, 

The Groundswell team 

Learn more about the Groundswell at Groundswell-movement.org

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